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Author: rebecca

Tips for Back-to-School Dental Care

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), tooth decay is the primary chronic infectious disease that affects children, and approximately 19% of children ages two to nineteen currently have untreated tooth decay. The start of a new school year is a great time to schedule a dental check-up for your child – […]

Are Fruits Healthy for Your Teeth

Fruit is an undisputed winner in the healthy snack category: whole, fresh fruits are full of fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins – especially Vitamin C, which is a crucial nutrient the human body doesn’t produce naturally. But fruit isn’t always the best snack for the health of your teeth. Most fruits are high in sugars and […]

What Are Craze Lines?

Are craze lines driving you crazy with worry? It’s normal to feel concerned when you notice lines running up the front of a tooth – you may be worried your tooth is fractured, decayed, or damaged. However, these lines are only cosmetic imperfections. Craze lines are defined as small, vertical hairline cracks that only affect […]

What Are Inlays and Onlays?

Inlays and onlays function just like fillings do – they fill in areas of tooth decay. In fact, in the dental world they are known as “indirect fillings.” Indirect, because the filling itself is made outside of the mouth and then bonded to the tooth that needs repair. Direct, traditional fillings are placed directly into […]

The History of the Tooth Fairy

Like America’s other two famous folklore figures – Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny – the tooth fairy slips in and out of houses in the middle of the night to deliver gifts or money to sleeping children. In exchange for this small gift, the tooth fairy takes a baby tooth, left under each child’s […]

Common Tongue Problems

We roll it, wiggle it, and wag it – without it, we can’t speak, chew, swallow, taste, whistle, lick, slurp, and laugh. Your tongue is a mobile, dexterous group of muscles that affects every movement in and out of your mouth. Its surface is covered with small, fleshy protuberances called papilla, which contain most of […]

Smoking and Oral Health Risks

It’s time to clear away the smokescreen: there is nothing “cool” about smoking. It is detrimental to the health of all your body’s systems and approximately one out of every five people will die from smoking related illnesses each year, according to the American Cancer Society. There is no safe way to smoke: cigarettes, cigars, […]

Dental Bonding

Do you have a chipped tooth that is making you less chipper? Here’s a solution that will make you smile: Dental bonding is a procedure in which a soft composite resin (plastic) is fitted and molded over a chipped, cracked, or discolored tooth. The plastic is hardened using an ultraviolet light or laser, and the […]